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Presentation given by Marco Hogewoning at: IPv6 task force 11th meeting, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on 16 May 2012

Presentation given by Marco Hogewoning at: IPv6 task force 11th meeting, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on 16 May 2012

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  • Progress in IPv6DeploymentMarco HogewoningRIPE NCC
  • Because everybody likes statisticsMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012
  • IPv6 RIPEness• Rating system designed to monitor progress in the deployment of IPv6• Four “stars” to earn, based on the level of deployment: – First star for getting an IPv6 allocation – Subsequent stars awarded for visibility, route objects and reverse DNS• Only lists RIPE NCC membersMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 3
  • Middle East Region (September 2011)100%80%60%40%20% 0% AE BH IQ IR JO KW LB OM PS QA SA SY TR YE (19) (24) (22) (104) (35) (32) (29) (5) (17) (6) (61) (13) (126) (2) No IPv6 1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 4
  • Middle East Region (May 2012)100%80%60%40%20% 0% AE BH IQ IR JO KW LB OM PS QA SA SY TR YE (20) (22) (32) (119) (33) (29) (29) (4) (18) (7) (62) (11) (136) (2) No IPv6 1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 5
  • Saudi Arabia Over Time100%80%60%40%20% 0% 05-10 08-10 11-10 02-11 05-11 08-11 11-11 02-12 05-12 No IPv6 1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 6
  • Saudi Arabia Over Time (linear)7056422814 0 05-10 08-10 11-10 02-11 05-11 08-11 11-11 02-12 05-12 No IPv6 1 star 2 star 3 star 4 starMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 7
  • Saudi Arabia Over Time (linear)30241812 6 0 05-10 08-10 11-10 02-11 05-11 08-11 11-11 02-12 05-12 4 star 3 star 2 star 1 starMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 8
  • RIPE NCC Service Region over time100%80%60%40%20% 0% 05-10 08-10 11-10 02-11 05-11 08-11 11-11 02-12 05-12 No IPv6 1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 9
  • Is this really slowing down?Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012
  • IPv6 Allocations by the RIPE NCCMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 11
  • How about non-members?Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012
  • Autonomous Systems and IPv6 http://v6asns.ripe.netMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 13
  • ...one more graphMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012
  • RIPE NCC IPv4 PoolMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 15
  • Is the IPv6 adoption rate slowing down?Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012
  • Update From theRIPE NCC
  • Policy Changes• Recent changes on IPv6: – IPv6 PI multihoming requirement got removed – Minimum initial allocation size changed to /29• Ongoing discussion about IPv4: – Reserve some IPv4 address space for IXPs – Provider Independent (PI) assignments from last /8 – Inter RIR Address TransfersMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 18
  • PI Assignments from Final /8?• When the RIPE NCC reaches the final /8: – Every member can get one /22 (1024 addresses) – If you already have IPv6 – If you can prove you need them• Policy does not allow for PI assignments• Policy proposal 2012-04: – Change the final /8 policy – Allow for a /24 PI from the final /8Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 19
  • IPv4 Address Transfer• We have a transfer policy for within the service region: – Members can transfer addresses to each other – If they are not in use – If the receiving party has a justified need – Minimum size is /21• Somebody proposed to allow transfers to and from the RIPE NCC Service region as wellMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 20
  • Inter RIR Transfer Proposal• Original proposal received a lot of comments – People didn’t like the idea of selling addresses – People didn’t like inter RIR transfers at all• Original proposal was revoked• New proposal was drafted: – Allow for Inter RIR Transfers to/from RIPE NCC – If it matches the transfer policy of the loosing RIR – If the recipient qualifies for an address allocation according to the policy of the receiving RIRMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 21
  • Fixing the Current Transfer Policy• To qualify for a transfer you have to match exactly the same rules as for a regular allocation – Evaluation period is 3 months• This was an unintended side effect of the “run out fairly” proposal which lowered this value – It used to be 24 months• Proposal to change it back to 2 years in case of address transfersMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 22
  • Join the Discussion• Tell other people what you think about this• Join the discussion on the mailing list: – address-policy-wg@ripe.net – Warning: you can only post after you are subscribed! http://www.ripe.net/ripe/policies/current-proposalsMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 23
  • Outreach andCapacity Building
  • Activities towards IPv6 Adoption• Outreach/PR: – Publishing Articles – Brochures – Website: http://www.ipv6actnow.org – Dedicated contact point: ipv6actnow@ripe.net• Capacity Building – Training courses – IPv6 Roadshow (together with MENOG) – ConferencesMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 25
  • Training• RIPE NCC “IPv6 for LIRs Training Course” – One day training – Mix of technical and RIPE NCC related topics• MENOG IPv6 Roadshow –3 or 5 day training course – Learn how to configure IPv6 in your networkMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 26
  • Training Locations 2010/2011Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 27
  • Training Locations 2012 Roadshow IPv6 training course Roadshow RoadshowMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 28
  • Document Ripe-501• Document contains an overview of what to ask for when requesting IPv6 support in equipment• Useful for tenders and RFPs• Best Current Practice• Update is expected in a few weeks – Will get a new document number http://www.ripe.net/ripe/docs/ripe-501Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 29
  • Outreach
  • Outreach Activities• Recently participated in Palestine IPv6 Forum• CITC IPv6 Workshops• MENOG Conference• Government Roundtables• First Arab IGF in Kuwait, October 2012Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 31
  • TRA Orientation at the RIPE NCC• Staff from all Telecommunications Regulatory Authorities (TRA) from the Middle East will visit RIPE NCC for a 3 day orientation• Formal proposal approved by GCC - Council of Ministers in February 2012• Will cover IPv6 amongst other thingsMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 32
  • Summary• We reach out to a lot of people: – Members of the RIPE NCC – Network operators – Governments – Regulators – Law enforcement agenciesMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 33
  • What should be the next step?Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012
  • World IPv6 Launch• Initiative taken by ISOC, Google, Akamai, Cisco, Microsoft, XS4ALL, Comcast and a lot of others• RIPE NCC participates in doing measurements• Switch on IPv6 on 6-6-2012 – And leave it on• www.worldipv6launch.orgMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 35
  • Who else to talk to?• IPv6 adoption rate seems to be slowing down – Did we get all the “low hanging fruit”? – Did we really reach all operators? – Will Launch Day make the difference?• How to get the other 60% to start with IPv6?• What about your customers? – Enterprises – Residential usersMarco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012 36
  • How can we help you?Marco Hogewoning, CITC, May 2012